Make a holiday apartment in Pomer, Croatia your home away from home
HomeAway.co.uk can help you select the holiday accommodation in Pomer that fits with your plans. There’s a choice of holiday homes and apartments in a sublime location – on or near a quiet bay hardly touched by tourism. You’ll be able to visit hidden, secluded beaches with clear water, and still be close enough to experience the historical city of Pula. Apartments in Pomer normally belong to new developments, designed for couples and featuring a bright and spacious living area. To make sure no detail is overlooked you can also specify the guest facilities for your Pomer holiday home, with extra conveniences like pools and Internet provided by many rentals here.
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Things to do
-Beaches. The 80-kilometre coastline in the Pomer area is rocky and indented, which results in a host of secluded gravel coves, backed by fragrant pine forest and boasting calm, clear and very shallow waters. With little effort you’ll be able to discover a secluded beach that you can enjoy to yourself.
-Nature. There’s a natural park close by at Cape Kamenjak. Thanks to its unique plant life, including various species of orchid, this long and narrow peninsula represents a reminder of how the Istrian coast used to be. There’s a wealth of coves and beaches, and marked paths that you can follow to gain scenic views.
-Diving. There are a lot of reasons why the Istrian coast is a great diving destination for both newcomers and experts. It’s down to the clearness and warmth of the waters, as well the wide selection of trips on offer – these include shipwrecks, ancient archaeology, caves, sea walls and thriving sea life.
-Pula. This city would be a great day out while holidaying in Pomer. This is down to its impressive heritage, which includes an Orthodox church from the 500s, a medieval monastery and Roman remnants, among which is one of the world’s largest arenas, gates, a triumphal arch and a forum.
-Brijuni. This national park lies just off the coast of the town of Fazana, a little way north, and can be reached via regular ferry services. It’s an archipelago notable for both its nature and its historic remnants – there’s a 1700 year-old olive tree, varieties of deer roaming free and the beautiful St. Mary’s Church, which dates to the 1200s.
Weather in Pomer
Pomer gets the kind of weather that you might expect from a Mediterranean destination. Summers are long, warm and dry here, with beach weather from mid-May right through to October, give or take the odd rainy day. The hottest weather is in July – if you visit a Pomer apartment in this month you’ll likely experience outdoor temperatures in the upper 20s or more, and next to no rain. The other seasons of the year bring a mix of pleasantly warm and mild weather – the coldest season in January, with average highs of ten degrees.
Travel to Pomer
Pula Airport (PUY) is 11 kilometres from the village of Pomer, and is the main air travel hub for the region. There are seasonal flights to this destination with few low-cost airlines from the UK, as well as connections to a handful of other airports in Europe. Another way to get to your holiday home in Pomer might be to take a ferry from Italy – there are regular boats to Pula from Venice and Trieste. Pula is also reachable by coach from cities in both Croatia and central Europe.
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